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There is queueing traffic and the road is blocked due to an accident between two cars on M62 Westbound between J32 A639 (Pontefract) and J31 A655 (Castleford).
The accident is affecting traffic travelling from Knottingley towards Leeds.
A 28-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of arson after the Bay Horse Pub in Knottingley was set alight on Tuesday.
Two men wearing masks from the horror film 'Scream' walked into the busy pub and set it on fire. A number of customers inside the pub at the time were able to escape uninjured.
The hunt is underway for two men who torched a pub in Knottingley last night.
The perpetrators were wearing masks from the horror film 'Scream' during the attack at the The Bay Horse in Hill Top.
A number of customers who were inside the pub at the time were able to escape uninjured.
Claire Ashforth reports:
Mobile phone footage taken by a bystander shows the height of the flames at the Bay Horse pub in Knottingley. Two men in 'Scream' masks burst into the pub last night and poured fuel around the building before setting it on fire.
The landlord of the Bay Horse told Calendar he only took over the pub last Monday. His wife and eight-year-old child were in the building when the arsonists struck.
Two guests who were staying in the accommodation above the pub say they returned home at 5am after finishing work for the day to discover all their possessions had been destroyed in the fire.
The pair who are both from Spain had been working nearby as welders. They say everything including their passports and computers have been destroyed.
Police investigating the arson attack on a pub in Knottingley say lives were put at risk. Drinkers fled the premises after masked men poured accelerant around the building before setting it alight.